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Small Habits For Financial Wellbeing

    By: Jennifer Bloom I don’t know about you, but as COVID continues on and we remain socially distanced and isolated, I have much more time on my hands to think about my daily habits and routine. According to researchers it takes anywhere between 21 days to 8 months to incorporate a new habit […]

      By: Jack K. Riashi, Jr., CFP® Michigan’s new auto insurance reform went into effect on July 1, which essentially changed the unlimited lifetime medical coverage for personal injury protection, or PIP.  There were other reforms, but I want to focus mostly on changes to PIP.  The reform was meant to help lower […]

Racial Inequity in Finance

  By: Stephanie Bloom In the US, income inequity and financial insecurity are closely tied to race. While the median family net worth is nearly $171,000 among white families in the US, for Black families it is just $17,600, according to the Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances. Forget “retirement goals and dreams”, in real […]

 I am a mom of two little ones and like all parents I want my kids to grow up to be financially independent adults. Although my son Theo is only three and my daughter Harper just turned one, I think it’s never too early to start thinking about all the ways we can set our […]

  By: Jennifer Bloom You have worked hard and saved money and for whatever reason you now want to engage the services of a professional financial advisor. It could be a life circumstance that prompts you to seek help like marriage, divorce, a job change, retirement or perhaps you feel as though you are making […]

By: Jennifer Bloom As my Uncle, Rick Bloom, often says, “Money looks better in your pocket than anywhere else”, so in today’s blog I want to focus on understanding the changes the new Michigan Auto Insurance Law presents as well as explore some of the opportunities. It has long been said that Michigan has the […]

By: Jennifer Bloom With everyone stuck at home I thought it might be a good idea to help review the abundance of food delivery options. From grocery delivery services to platforms that allow your favorite restaurants to deliver to your door, hopefully this post brings you a little clarity as you think about ordering food […]

Over the last few weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, I’ve heard of many people reaching out to animal shelters and breeders interested in adding a furry member to their family. As a dog lover myself, my heart is warmed every time I hear of an animal shelter that has been emptied or a boom of […]

Relief for Taxpayers during COVID-19

  As the COVID-19 virus continues to wreak havoc throughout our country and the world, I first want to remind everyone the importance of being safe and taking care of yourself and your neighbors. We are all in this together. Last week the President signed legislation which includes financial assistance in the form of direct […]

By: Jonathan Goldberg, J.D., CPA Due to the COVID-19 (commonly referred to as coronavirus) situation and the dramatic impact it is having on the economy and financial markets, the State of Michigan, the Internal Revenue Service, and Congress have taken serious and wide-ranging steps to ease the financial burden of individuals as well as small […]

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